It has been almost a year since our wedding, yet the wedding fever hasn’t seemed to go away. From a bride’s point of view to a planner’s point of view, I covered more grounds in this wedding field. Our first anniversary will be celebrated in the almost-exact spot and timing of our wedding one year earlier. Except that we are not the one getting married.
This lovely couple shares the same love for handmade items and craft. One of the main feature for their wedding will be a handmade wedding arch filled with various paper flowers. It will be marvelous sight to behold, especially during your first march in.
Another story of a creative DIY bride getting married in the romantic garden. I am so thrilled to be able to make one dream wedding come true.
I will share more details after the wedding. Meanwhile here’s some of the plan for the arch.
For some useful tutorials, click here!
So here’s the actual wedding arch!
I haven’t blog for a while now and I know I should do it more often. Juggling many tasks and wearing many hats has been a routine now. Although I might sound like a workaholic, I enjoyed the busyness and long working hours I have to put up with. Torn between 2 worlds, I need to stay afloat. It is the desire for beauty and it is the eagerness to transform dream into reality that keeps me going. Currently I am doing a few weddings that involved creative juice and handiworks.
I blogged in Diary & Design Wedding and put up the boards there. Check out the full post here.
These are some of the boards for projects I am working on. March- April have been a peaceful months and soon it will be the bustling seasons again.
Fancy solemnisation at a hip bar
Lovely theme for an overseas couple
Grandeur Islander for lavish dinner
Whimsical Paper Flower in Turquoise Tone
I always love to engage non-wedding color and I am so happy to find couples who are game to do it!